Zito, Johnson looking to rebound
2003 was not a year good year for lefthanded pitchers like Randy Johnson and Barry Zito.
"There's only a handful of really good ones. It's not like they're floating around out there," Boston manager Terry Francona told Baker in explaining why the Red Sox don't have one. Insightfully, he added, "I'd rather have a guy that can get batters out rather than have a left-hander just to have a left-hander."
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